In a gorgeous three-story building, the cozy Boathouse has a lovely view of the waterfront, making it the perfect spot to hang out with friends and family. The menu has a heavy focus on fish, and the bucket of fresh seafood (steamed mussels, prawns, clams, or a combination), served with nicely toasted garlic bread, goes down well with a glass of chilled white wine. Pastas and simple salads are also good bets for casual dining.
Oct 20, 2008
Bitterly dissappointed with the service and quality of the food. I went this past sunday and found this to be an absolute sh$% hole. Me and my GF found a table outside which wasn't cleaned and sat down. The manager came over and said in a rude tone "what do u want". Obviously we would like the table cleaned and perhaps a menu! The he said very abruptly "if there are 2 of you then we are spliting the tables". Add to that that requests for
tabasco went unanswered. Asking for the bill took over 15minutes and the need to ask 2 different staff. Do consider b4 going there, that is my recommendation.